V Festival fashionistas mix monochrome with eye-popping brights

Fashionista celebrities showcased their festival finery at the V Festival this weekend: Leather jackets, fringe detailing, eye-popping brights and monochromes were the order of the day both on-stage and off-stage

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Fashionista celebrities showcased their festival finery at the V Festival this weekend.

Leather jackets, fringe detailing, eye-popping brights and monochrome hues were the order of the day both on-stage and off-stage.

The Saturdays set the stakes high when they opened the main stage wearing Aztec print themed outfits from Missguided.co.uk which combined brightly coloured tassles, ripped denim and embellished leather.

 



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However, it was headline act Beyoncé who really stole the show – with both her high energy set and her glittering outfit choices.

The Single Ladies singer made several costume changes – including a glittering white leotard, a fringed leopard print minidress and a sparkly purple catsuit – all of which flaunted her fantastic figure.

 



It wasn't just the performers' fashion that got flashbulbs popping.

In the star-studded Virgin Media Louder Lounge, famous faces turned heads with their festival fashion choices too.

Model of the moment Cara Delevingne earned sartorial plaudits with her patterned trousers and a leather biker jacket.

 

 
Dressed in black were Made In Chelsea's Louise Thompson, Little Mix's Mix Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock and model Jourdan Dunn.

 


Pop starlet Pixie Lott, model Laura Whitmore and Skins Kaya Scodelario actress opted for brighter tones - see HELLO! Online's gallery of V Festival fashion for photos.

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